So you want to be an inventor?

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Scholastic Inc., 2003 - Children as inventors - 53 pages
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Presents some of the characteristics of inventors by describing the inventions of people such as Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, and Eli Whitney.

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Review: So You Want To Be An Inventor?

User Review  - Joanne Zienty - Goodreads

Another winner from Judith St. George and David Small, who earlier brought us "So You Want to be President?" Here they tackle inventors and inventions in a easy, breezy style laced with wit and brought to life in vibrant, humor-filled illustrations. Read full review

Review: So You Want To Be An Inventor?

User Review  - Adrienne Kravchak - Goodreads

Summary: This book gives multiple examples of inventors and their inventions. It starts by talking about a little boy that loves to invent. As the story progresses, each thought about inventing is ... Read full review

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